- of, relating to, or involving perception.
Origin of perceptual
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The indispensableness to religion of the imagination is due to that faculty's power of realizing what is not perceptually present.The Approach to Philosophy
Ralph Barton Perry
The bee may be only perceptually intelligent; the man who observes its action may or may not be conceptually intelligent.
Logically, this means that intelligence works conceptually, not perceptually alone.Ethics
John Dewey and James Hayden Tufts
Their relations are perceptually obvious at a glance, and no sense-verification is necessary.Pragmatism
- of or relating to perception
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Word Origin and History for perceptually
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- Of, based on, or involving perception.
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